Monthly Archives: April 2011

Joe and Lisa’s Wedding at the Merion

Great clients come from all walks of life — I still remember shooting the wedding of two chiropractors when I started rubbing my wrist and six people jumped up to adjust me. But who could be a better client for a wedding photographer than … another wedding photographer? It’s always a pleasure to shoot another […]

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Their Own Radiance

Excited to finish my upcoming tilt-shift review, which will be my first review so comprehensive that I can’t fit it all into one post. But I figure I’ll let B&H, who was nice enough to lend me the 24mm and 85mm, and Adorama, from whom I have frequently rented the 45mm, enjoy some much-needed rest […]

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The Lonely Balloon

\ Many of you feel bad for this balloon. That is because you crazy! It has no feelings! And it means that Lisa and Joe’s amazing wedding is coming soon! — Camera: Nikon D3s Lens: Sigma 85mm f/1.4 BACK TO TOP | CONTACT ME

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Unexpected Bliss

Is this the kind of frame you expect when you hear the word “Newark”? Me either. Life is full of surprises. — Lens: 35mm f/1.4 Camera: Nikon D3s BACK TO TOP | CONTACT ME

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Against the Skyline

Amanda and Glenn braved the cold, rocks, and the law for this one. Sometimes I wish there were a way of displaying a photo on the Web about five feet across. It helps that the original is more than 100 megapixels. Y’all need bigger screens. — Camera: Nikon D3s Lens: 23-image “Brenizer method” pano with […]

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Rambling: “Send cameras”

This story, about Japanese earthquake survivors looking for their photos of friends and family, got me thinking. I try to remember the inherent importance of what I do, of why I’d rather shoot a wedding than spend all day shooting rockstars and celebrities, and it comes down to this — I have a lot of […]

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Feeling shifty

It’s probably not too hard for blog followers to tell what review I’m working on. This whole “publish a photo every day” thing makes keeping secrets pretty hard. — Lens: 45mm f/2.8 PC-E Camera: Nikon D3s BACK TO TOP | CONTACT ME

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First Dance, Under Glass

Lisa and Joe practice their first dance at their wedding at the Merion. Lots of fun stuff coming up, such as this wedding I keep teasing, and a three-lenses-lens-review. But right now I’m at the UN, hanging out with the First Lady of Malawi and the American Cancer Society. — Lens: 24mm f/3.5 PC-E Camera: […]

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Melting into Sunset

It’s hard to capture a sunset in a new way, but I gave it a shot. This is a pano of images from the 85mm f/2.8 PC-E, and images taken with the Sigma 85mm f/1.4. BACK TO TOP | CONTACT ME

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Post-Ceremony Bliss

A sweet moment with Lisa and Joe. I can’t wait to show the full set from this fantastic day. — Lens: 85mm f/2.8 PC-E Camera: Nikon D3s Lighting: SB-900 BACK TO TOP | CONTACT ME

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